A red doppelbock with a beautiful ruby hue, rich malty flavors and a slightly sweet finish. Delicious!!
Label Art: Joan Brady
A small percentage of Rye gives this beer a pleasant spiciness, which compliments the generous additions of Simcoe and Waimea hops.
The first beer we ever brewed, this classic American Pale Ale has a simple malt backbone which helps to highlight the Centennial, Columbus, and Mosaic hops. Crisp and refreshing.
A fall seasonal beer, Trap Stacker is a malt bomb! Initial malt complexity is followed by a nice hop bitterness and aroma. The higher ABV provides a warming alcohol finish. Great for trucking traps in October!
Label Art: Eric Eaton
We have rotating tap lines, pouring 4-5 of the following at any given time.
Monhegan Brewing Company
A light-bodied stout with roasty malt flavors. Lactose gives this beer sweetness and a creamy mouthfeel.
Label Art: Bob Maloney
We use all the "C" hops in this one. Pilsner malt and oats make for a light and smooth mouthfeel. Columbus, Centennial, Cascade and Citra hops make up the hops bill.
Label Art: Arline and Marvin Oberman
Darkened with Carafa 3 malt, this black beer provides a toasty maltiness on the front, followed by a wave of hop bitterness and a dry finish. A verdant hop aroma comes from generous additions of Amarillo and Ahtanum hops. The perfect combination of malty and hoppy!
Label Art: Glen Krause
Brewed in the fall to age over the winter, this deep rich stout is remembered and requested by visitors from year to year. Rich toasty flavors and dark fruit aromas make this beer one to savor and enjoy!
Label Art: Jon Bogdanove
Pilsner malt, a touch of wheat, and German Kölsch yeast give this beer its traditional light body and slightly sweet flavor. Unlike traditional Kölsch, a generous amount of Citra hops give it a punch of citrusy aroma and hoppy bitterness. Perfect for summer!
Label: Courtesy of Dylan Metrano
Our take on the traditional Berlin style is tart, light and refreshing. Served with an optional fruit syrup, this is a summer favorite!
A nod to Island Farm, who use all our spent grain AND cardboard in their farming, and grow hops for this beer, brewed just before the harvest every year. A quintessential DIPA, with rich malty flavors, just the right amount of hop bitterness, and a juicy hop finish.
Label Art: Kathie Krause
First brewed in commemoration of Captain John Smith's arrival on Monhegan Island in 1614, this is a true English style bitter. East Kent Golding hops and English Ale yeast make this beer smooth and easy to drink.